Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Internal Deadline: November 21, 2013
Liaison: David Garrett
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Opportunity for up to ten students (in the country) who desire careers in international affairs to have a substantive one-year working experience in Washington, D.C. Work on the Endowment's projects on non-proliferation, democracy building, international economics, migration, or Russian and Eurasian affairs. Monthly salary is greater than or equal to $3,083, subject to federal, state and local taxes. Benefits.
Graduating seniors or students who have completed their bachelor's degree within the past academic year and who have not started graduate studies. Applicants should have completed a significant amount of course work in international affairs, political science, economics, history, sociology, anthropology, or Russian studies. Nominees should be of the highest academic quality and have demonstrated substantial interest in international issues. History, political science, economics, and ICPS majors are particularly encouraged to consider this fellowship.
Interested students should pick up an internal application from Michelle Johnson
in Greywood after October 5. The internal application consists of an essay on one of the topics posed annually by the Endowment, a personal statement, two recommendations with one from a professor in student's major field, and a one-page résumé that includes extracurricular activities and work experience.